Verdict from 19 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • The excellent craftsmanship behind the Meindl Super Perfekt boots was highly rated by a number of wearers.
  • According to a handful of users, it broke-in well. They happily noted that it passed the test with flying colors.
  • Most online buyers commented that it was a very expensive boot. They added that with its do-it-all ability, every money spent was truly worth it.
  • An utterly pleased mountaineer declared that its name says it all—Super Perfekt.
  • Its durability was proven by several outdoorsmen who had used it for years.
  • Some owners were delighted with its performance in a wintry season. They lauded how it kept their foot cozy despite the freezing outdoor conditions.
  • The grippy outsole of the Super Perfekt received commendation from a few.
  • Almost all verified purchasers said that its comfortable feel was exhilarating.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of those who bought the Super Perfekt from Meindl mentioned that it was heavy.
  • An experienced hiker was a bit unhappy with its requirement of diligent care.

Bottom line

Those who are looking for a mountaineering boot which renders superb comfort and satisfying outdoor performance may be pleased with Meindl’s Super Perfekt. This footgear is also complimented for its exceptional build. Its ability to last also received praises from people who used it for quite some time. However, its hefty weight and requirement of constant care were not too appealing. All in all, the Super Perfekt is a heavy-duty mountaineering boot that suits potential owners who do not mind having extra weight on their foot.

Good to know

This leather mountaineering boot from Meindl belongs to category D which is also known as the brand’s ultimate alpine boot group. Its sturdy upper is designed to withstand even the lowest temperatures.

It carries the brand’s very own Air-Active Soft Print drysole which works with the boot’s midsole in managing underfoot comfort. On the other hand, its Vibram outsole makes it adherent to ground surfaces.

The Meindl Super Perfekt is a mountaineering boot for male adventurers. It is manufactured in medium width only while its length is offered in whole and half sizes. Generally, it runs true to size. Fit customization is made possible by its traditional lace-up closure.

The crampon-compatible, triple-stitched Vibram Montagna outsole (No.7) makes the Super Perfekt from Meindl grip on most types of terrain. The Carrarmato lugs at the center give multidirectional traction. The aggressive studs that occupy the sides of the forefoot and rearfoot also yield stability on bumpy grounds. It has a pronounced heel brake which amplifies its performance on steep descents.

An Air-Active Soft Print drysole footbed lies on top of the boot’s cushioned midsole. These two components provide comfort and help enhance each user’s step even when tackling rugged terrain.

This leather-lined high-cut mountaineering boot from Meindl features an upper made of military cowhide leather—a material known for its water and dirt resistance. It is designed with a bending zone at the shaft which enhances its flexibility. A combination of D-rings and speed hooks plus a synthetic lace comprise its front system.

  • This Meindl mountaineering boot is compatible with strap-on crampons.


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